Modern Tiny House For Sale

In driving around our little town of Ashland, Oregon we were stunned one day to come across a new tiny house in a city lot. We were giddy with excitement at what we were seeing and eager to meet the owners. I had the opportunity to tour this tiny the other day and was really delighted by what I saw. This build is actually a retrofit from an old trailer with a shell (look at the last photo in the slide show below…it’s literally hard to believe what this tiny used to look like). There are some very unique features in this modern tiny house (soaring ceiling in entry/living room, clever loft stair with pivot point, deep window well) that I thought were really well done. This modern tiny house for sale is one of my new favorites! You can read all about this tiny house’s specs including the price right underneath the slide show.

 

 

MODERN TINY HOUSE INCLUDING FURNISHINGS

A MOVABLE LIVING STRUCTURE JUST UNDER 200 SQUARE FEET*

Offered for sale

$36,500

Totally custom built and one of a kind.

Designed to be on the grid with full hookups.

Modern and Contemporary styling

with state of the art materials.

Energy efficient and fully insulated.

Abundant natural light.

INCLUDED FEATURES

A full size kitchen with 24” deep cabinets and maple hardwood counter top. Franke stainless steel sink with modern Grohe faucet. Four burner propane range with exhaust hood by Summit.    10.5 cubic foot  refrigerator/freezer.  Modern state of the art microwave. Living room furnishings with built in storage. Dining room table folds open allowing seating for four.   The generous bathroom has a window above the vanity, full standing 32 inch shower and a Stealth 0.8 gallon high efficiency toilet on modern floor tile.

The tankless, on demand hot water heater is from Ecco-Temp and is considered one of the best.  A new air conditioner is ready to install (AC location and power is installed and is included with new AC unit).

Heating the Modern Tiny House is quiet and efficient with Envi-heat. The walls and ceiling are fully insulated.

Below the floor level is a storage area 5′ x 14′ x 8″ for all seasonal change outs.

A movable loft ladder is made from beautiful Brazilian Redwood takes you up to the 8′ x 8′ sleeping loft.  A  king-size futon and three horizontal windows in the sleeping loft make a wonderful environment for any couple/single.

The Modern Tiny Home is wired for 120 volt, designed to run on 20-30 amps.

All plumbing is with Pex piping.

Professionally installed roofing is one single piece of material, designed to last. EPDM Roof Wrap

Exterior deck is cedar, designed to be removable and taken to its next location. Size is 5’ x 16’.

Moving and set up service information is available on request.  Generally with a full size truck. Hitch is a Pintle, 2” mount is included.

DETAILS

-Range:   Summit  gas/propane  (Home Depot)

-Toilet:   Stealth 0.8 GPF Ultra High Efficiency toilet    stealthtoilets.com  (Lowe’s)

-Ikea counter top:  Numerar   (Ikea Portland)

-Heater:    Envi wall mounted room heater, #120 volt    eheat.com   envi-heat.com   Direct from eheat.com

-Tankless hot water heater:  FVI 12     Eccotemp  info@eccotemp.com   (amazon.com)

-Sink:    Franke

-Sink faucet:  Grohe

-Bath vanity:   (Ikea)

-Range hood:  Summit, stainless steel

-Microwave:   RCA

-Air conditioner:   LG Electronics   LW6014ER  Energy Star

-Refrigerator     Vissani  10 cu.ft.

-2 – 5 gallon propane tanks

-Outdoor shower

Artwork is not included but available at additional cost.     Square footage including loft.

All information and related materials  are provided “as is.” Sellers make no representation or warranty whatsoever regarding the completeness, accuracy, “up-to-dateness”, or adequacy of, or the suitability, functionality, availability, or operation of this Tiny House or the information or materials it contains. As a buyer, you assume the risk that the information and materials on this House may be incomplete, inaccurate, out of date, or may not meet your needs and requirements. Seller specifically disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including without limitation, the warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement with respect to this home and information, graphics and materials contained herein.

For additional information, showing, or media reporting. Please contact:   moderntinyhouse@aol.com    707  287-3583

40 Responses to Modern Tiny House For Sale

  1. Stephen S. November 21, 2014 at 8:56 am #

    I love the modern slant design. Great use of space. Thanks for sharing.

    • Trevor Christiansen July 10, 2016 at 9:29 pm #

      Where? Or how do I check this Tiny House out?

  2. Kate November 22, 2014 at 5:16 pm #

    Beautifully designed space; wish I had the asking price! Does the deck come with the house, and if so, where do you put it when traveling?

    • Gabriella November 25, 2014 at 7:22 am #

      Hi Kate! The asking price is $36,500. I do believe that the deck comes with the house. It would need to be placed in your towing vehicle during transport. 🙂

  3. CJ November 26, 2014 at 12:59 pm #

    Maybe I missed it, but what are the overall dimensions (including height) of the trailer? (Really getting at whether it is a standard tow or if permits and what not are required.) Also, what is the height of the loft, from platform to ceiling? Thanks!

  4. Mike R November 26, 2014 at 8:45 pm #

    Love the mid century mod look hope to see more!!
    Thanks for sharing.

  5. Michelle November 26, 2014 at 11:20 pm #

    This is just too cool!

  6. sheandraj December 18, 2014 at 10:34 pm #

    Awesome

  7. Do u build these for sale and delivery?

    • Gabriella December 19, 2014 at 9:14 am #

      Kevin, we are working with a great manufacturing company (EcoCabins) that will be able to build 3 models of hOMe (and some other designs coming soon as well). In terms of this specific tiny house pictured above, this was a retro build and is a one of a kind.

      • Izabel Souza January 26, 2015 at 12:00 pm #

        How much will your EcoCabins models be sold for?

    • Gabriella December 19, 2014 at 9:14 am #

      Kevin, we are working with a great manufacturing company (EcoCabins) that will be able to build 3 models of hOMe (and some other designs coming soon as well). In terms of this specific tiny house pictured above, this was a retro build and is a one of a kind.

      • raneisha February 13, 2016 at 7:01 pm #

        gabriella im from south carolina an cant stop dreaming of downsizing i love the space i really want this offer if u could work something out with me

        • Gabriella February 18, 2016 at 10:01 am #

          Hi raneisha! So great you are wanting to go tiny! Are you hoping to build one yourself or to have on made for you?

  8. Ingrid December 20, 2014 at 11:24 pm #

    Wow guys. I just love what can be done using
    Containers
    Cabins
    Sheds
    Anything. I’m really really REALLY impressed and how grown up
    With this concept having lived in Europe

    This is the real future of Australia if we yearn to live inner city near public transport
    Everyone in the inner north Melbourne is doing this for their grandparents and children
    And I think it’s a Fabulous idea.
    Best of luck. Maisonmummy is renovating a tiny inner city dwelling ( edwardian ) but like London it’s minuscule. But you know we are gradually learning from Europe and the states where cities are crammed but people ( some ) still wish to enjoy the inner city lifestyle and facilities. Even when I move by the sea I’ll
    Plan to build one of these in the garden for visitors
    Intelligent stawbale design takes 2 days to
    Demolish through our bushfires and Austrians are building Eco designs forever
    Now it’s time ausyralia learns new designs from containers to stawbale to protect us from the harsh weather condition/risks. It can happen anywhere
    Tell me do you have a contact in Australia yet?
    I write all about being a Reno addict in small
    Spaces anongst other things.
    Love what your doing
    Congratulations.
    You are the furniture of design. Who really wants a massive mortgage anyway

    Ingrid
    http://Www.maisonmummy.com
    Professional blogger
    Professional Spirited Designs
    Professional psychotherapist
    Hypnotherapist and creative arts therapy
    Supervisor
    Assessor and trainer

    • Gabriella December 21, 2014 at 10:36 am #

      Great to hear from you Ingrid! In terms of straw bale, that is something we are very passionate about. We will be outside Melbourne this coming March teaching a 7 day hands on straw bale workshop. Have you connected with Darren Hughes from Tiny Houses Australia yet?

  9. steve December 27, 2014 at 2:08 am #

    Do you all offer finance options?

  10. Jane December 27, 2014 at 11:21 pm #

    What a lovely place you have created! If my own house were not almost finished, I would buy this in a New York minute!
    Congratulations on providing us with a new vision. I love it. I’m sure there are many of us that truly appreciate all the thought that has gone into this light and space filled home.
    It’s not the plan for me, but I consider it rude to say what I might have done differently for myself. This is perfect for the right person, and I hope you have a wonderful meeting and sale. Ignore the ignorant. I love your vision.

  11. jason January 8, 2015 at 9:09 am #

    Could this be transported to the uk as not many people make these type of houses

    • Gabriella January 9, 2015 at 2:01 pm #

      Thanks for writing Jason! We have teamed up with http://www.EcoCabins.com to meet the need of those that don’t want to build their own tiny houses. We are currently working on getting either a factory in Europe online that can build them or to ship them out there from the US. My suggestion is that you go to EcoCabin’s website and sign up for their interest form. That will get you in communication with them and in the cue.

  12. Anne January 10, 2015 at 6:35 pm #

    Love this new development. One major factor in my interest is the materials used. When building your own you can eliminate all the toxic building materials. Also, will the homes be built for off grid solar powered living?

  13. Nancy January 19, 2015 at 7:40 pm #

    Does Ashland have lots to park the eco cabins or does a person buy a lot? I really like the cabin!

    Thanks

  14. tracy January 27, 2015 at 12:39 pm #

    One of the purposes of wanting a tiny house is because you can have them built cheap. So why pay 36,500 for a tiny house when you can buy a single wide or camper for that price. In which both would have more room. My daughter and I have been dreaming of owning two tiny house (one each) for over a year now but it seems that the prices just keep getting bigger for less space.

    • bob January 27, 2015 at 3:25 pm #

      because a single wide or camper is not built anything close to the quality and specs of a Tiny House… which is same as for any big house. I used to live in a single wide and the materials and insulation and quality of build is really cheap very lacking compared to a Tiny House. It’s one of the major things I like about Tiny Houses. Of course campers don’t even come close to the same category of build. They are made for being lightweight and very thin walls for easy travel, emphasis on travel instead of living. A Tiny House is all about living and IF it happens to be on a trailer it’s to skirt the building codes primarily, and allows for SOME travel to relocate. Just like you really don’t want to regularly pull a single wide all over the country, you also really don’t want to be regularly pulling a Tiny House all over the country. I had my single wide moved once from Maine to Iowa and ended up needing to do major repairs inside and out for popped wall panels and outside panel damage. Of course a lot of that was inferior quality construction compared to normal home standards but some was simply that those are designed to move once from factory to site and sit there long term. A well built Tiny House would withstand a relocation move much better but I wouldn’t want to use it like an RV. Don’t have a Tiny House… yet (really would like to build one like hOMe) but I have had the single wide and a camper at different times so know about those first hand.

      • bob January 27, 2015 at 3:32 pm #

        Forgot to mention… cheap is relative. Tiny Houses are cheaper… than a home you get a mortgage for. That’s where the savings is. A camper or RV will be much cheaper cost, and much cheaper quality of build also. A single wide is also cheaper build quality as I mentioned but have you really looked at the cost of those? Not that much different than cost of a higher priced Tiny House but, again, much different quality of build.

  15. Sue Hay January 28, 2015 at 2:52 pm #

    I don’t know what the date of the article I saw was, but I love the Ashland Tiny House and would love to get more information. Please e-mail me with whether the house is still for sale and where I could get more information about the house or similar.

  16. Ribbit May 27, 2015 at 7:55 pm #

    how much for just the stove and oven nd fridge?

  17. Lisa June 7, 2015 at 6:56 pm #

    Hello,

    Is this still available for sale?

    Thanks

  18. chris July 3, 2015 at 12:51 pm #

    Is this still available or has it been sold? what are the options for parking it in ashland?

  19. Autumn August 14, 2015 at 2:21 pm #

    I live in Ashland, OR and want to connect with others, close by, re. a tiny house for me!..Thanks for your reply. Love and kindness, Autumn

    • Gabriella August 17, 2015 at 11:56 am #

      Hi Autumn! You would think that this area would be teeming with tiny houses but as of yet there is not a meet up group or anything like that. Perhaps you want to start one??

      • Ally&Brad April 26, 2016 at 10:08 pm #

        Hi all! A bit late to the party-has Ashland got a tiny house group now meeting? We are keen 🙂

  20. Lynda September 19, 2015 at 1:05 am #

    Is this house still available?

    • Gabriella September 21, 2015 at 12:44 pm #

      No, I don’t believe it is Lynda

  21. Amy November 21, 2015 at 10:02 am #

    Can you build a bigger tiny house with 2 beds??

    • Gabriella November 21, 2015 at 1:52 pm #

      Absolutely Amy! There is almost no end to the possibilities of tiny house design configurations! 🙂

  22. Connie Baio August 26, 2016 at 3:04 pm #

    Please send me info on buying a tiny house ty

  23. Arianna April 12, 2017 at 5:38 pm #

    Hello! I’m actually heading into Ashland, Oregan tonight and will be checking out the town tomorrow for the day. I was wondering if the owners are giving out free tours of the Tiny House for visitors to check out?

    • Gabriella April 14, 2017 at 4:40 pm #

      Hi Arianna! This tiny house is no longer for sale. Not sure where it ended up going!

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